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Ethical Challenges in Wage & Hour Cases

Recorded on: Feb. 12, 2019
Running Time: 01:01:52

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Taken from the Web Program Wage & Hour Litigation and Compliance 2019 Recorded February, 2019 in New York [01:01:52]
  • Test your knowledge of which Rules of Professional Conduct can be implicated in wage and hour cases
  • Communicating with class and collective members within the bounds of the ethical rules
  • The ethical duties counsel has to the tribunal in litigation
  • Avoiding conflicts of interest in wage and hour matters

Speakers: John S. Ho, Michael A. Josephson

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  • Julie Lomax, Frequently Asked Ethics Questions Regarding Class Communications in Wage and Hour Class Action Claims
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Presentation Material
  • Sampling of Ethical Challenges in Wage & Hour Litigation
    John S. Ho, Michael A. Josephson
    • (s)
      John S. Ho ~ Cozen O'Connor
      Michael A. Josephson ~ Josephson Dunlap, LLP
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